For my Nature of Code: Intelligence and Learning final, I created a webpage with four weeks of my iMessage history with my partner sorted into binary trees.
For my final project for Nature of Code Intelligence and Learning, I am going to go back to my first project and use it to convey a data set.
Name: Lisa Jamhoury
Thesis Title: Facing You
Thesis Question: What does an embodied experience on the internet look like? Is it possible to feel physically present in virtual space?
This week in NOC we are looking at classification and regression. I was interested in getting a better sense of how classification changes with K’s change. I also wondered if KNN could be used an an animation technique to make interesting graphics.
Volumetric video in color *and* in real time *and* in the browser *and* over a network. My head’s exploding.
Here’s a quick and dirty video from the quick and dirty show.
This is just a clip of Aaron and I playing in the two different setups. So it gives a sense of what the project looks like right now.
This week I turned the evolution ecosystem code into an evolutionary battle between current world leaders: Trump, Merkel, Trudeau, Putin, and of course, Kim Jung-un.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but a lot has happened. So here’s a quick update, and I’ll post documentation from the Quick and Dirty after this.
For Nature of Code this week, I recreated the binary tree in three.js. Each time the program runs, it creates 50 randomly-sized spheres. They are sorted, sized and colored based on their value.
I drew up diagrams today for the installation I built for Refest. Working title “Facing You.” Although this doesn’t use 3D images yet, it does use both color feeds and skeleton data from two Kinectrons on the same canvas. I got a lot of good feedback when I ran this at Refest. People were really hesitant to touch each other in this virtual space, and I’d really like to continue to play with that.